The review will target at IT products, services and suppliers used of information systems related to the national security and public interest.
The International Maritime Organization has ratified the performance standard of a receiver of the shipborne BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), the Ministry of Transport revealed Wednesday.
An event to promote technology development in West China was held on Tuesday in Xixian New Area in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province.
Country is achieving growth in its own way, says BBC correspondent.
A small replica of lunar rover Yutu, the Jade Rabbit, has gone on show in Beijing.
Chinese scientists have built the world's first prototype testing platform for an ultra-high-speed vacuum maglev train, which theoretically could hit speeds up to 2,900 km per hour, or almost three times the speed of a passenger jet, researchers confirmed on Wednesday.
Genetically modified food research groups in China will strengthen supervision of GM samples following an alleged case of theft at a research base.
An unmanned submersible has passed its final field test, marking another step in China's drive to explore deep sea resources.
China's State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) on Tuesday said the country accepted a larger proportion of invention patent applications in 2013.
Guiyang, Guizhou province, is looking for deeper cooperation with Beijing as it develops a high-tech industry, including modem manufacturing, said Chen Gang, Party chief of Guiyang.
Wherever he goes in China, Roy Jay Glauber always attracts enormous attention among science students.
An urban patrol official in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, bought a pair of Google glasses to record his work.